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🌱Ilena Gilbert-Mays🌸 11h
While roaming around a garden center, I could not resist this huge white Anthurium. It is a winter beauty 🤍🤍🤍
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Nacho Villar Nov 26
Welcome to a brand new fruitful : FRUGIVORY UNDERPINS THE NITROGEN CYCLE Our new work shows that large frugivores and their hyper-dominant fruit resources regulate nitrogen cycle in tropical Short Summary
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Abi Potter Clough Nov 28
I know I’ve featured this number 5 sign before but I love the angles and reflection here. make me happy, too!
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Cast Ashore Nov 28
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Cast Ashore 10h
Any thoughts on my game Cast Ashore? I’ve been working on it a lot more recently.
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Brecht Verstraete Nov 23
Happy to share the November issue of Plant Ecology and Evolution! I'm particularly pleased to see many papers on .
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BeesYU 6h
Anthidium carri (Megachilidae, 188 species in the genus). This species can be found in Mexico and Honduras.      
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Plant Ecology and Evolution Nov 23
Our latest issue is now freely available on our website ! We have research from the dry regions of Mexico to oceanic coral islands of the South China Sea. Almost all papers cover diversity and half of them focus on .
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Laura Gómez Devia Nov 24
Native to The Antilles 𝘔𝘢𝘮𝘮𝘦𝘢 𝘢𝘮𝘦𝘳𝘪𝘤𝘢𝘯𝘢 known as is a tree widely cultivated in regions because of its edible fruit, eaten fresh or in marmalades. Popular in folk medicine. capacity highly recognized, antimicrobial & antiulcer activity
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Spud Sautter Nov 26
Happy Thanksgiving! Enjoying a smooth LandShark Lager while watching the turkey cook.
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Gunter A. Fischer Nov 23
was cleared in Hong Kong SAR millennia ago for . Heavy rainfalls caused massive , forming gullies 20 m deep. At this stage of degradation hardly any plants can grow. It’s possible to restore such lands but it’s costly. Stop
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John Conway 🌞🌪🌩 23h
What a season it has been! We'll keep watching for any tropical malfeasance, though...it is 2020, after all!
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Cast Ashore Nov 30
This is my game Cast Ashore. Still a work in progress but it’s getting there. What do you think of it?🤔
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brookstropicals Nov 29
That dragonfruit looks a bit green around its "gills". Don't worry it will grow and turn into its shocking pink. See a panorama of one of our dragonfruit fields...
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Manta Air Nov 28
Let's chase your tropical dreams where we bring you to your island destination in style!
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Cast Ashore Nov 29
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Cast Ashore Nov 27
I’m working on finishing the animations for the main character. What do you think about my game Cast Ashore?
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brookstropicals Nov 26
Start your day right and bright with passionfruit topping your breakfast: eggs, oatmeal, waffles whatever! Ideas for enjoying passionfruit...
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Simon Lhoest Nov 24
Have you missed our webinar about ? No worries, you can find the replay here:
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Julia Nov 22
And to start the new week a Scarlett amaryllis just starting to open!
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